Fringe

Baking By bellssweetcreations Updated 15 May 2019 , 1:55am by SandraSmiley

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bellssweetcreations Posted 14 May 2019 , 7:06pm
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Hi everyone! I have a Harlem nights themed cake coming up in a month, similar to the one pictured, and I was wondering if anyone has any suggestions on how to make this fringe decor that’s on the bottom tier. Any tips would be greatly appreciated

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ypierce82 Posted 14 May 2019 , 10:59pm
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It is a little blurry, but it looks like it could be wafer paper. 

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Laetia Posted 15 May 2019 , 12:30am
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It's probably waffer paper, but edible fabric might be cool too. Evil cake genius have a nice video tutorial for something similar.

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SandraSmiley Posted 15 May 2019 , 1:52am
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Yes, this is wafer paper and it would definitely be the easiest route.  I've made fringe with gum paste, but it looked more like buckskin.Fringe

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SandraSmiley Posted 15 May 2019 , 1:55am
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The only thing about using edible fabric, it is so soft and floppy, it will just hang straight down and have no movement like the wafer paper.

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